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[audio]VANESSA SOMERS on Lod Mosaic - George Fishman
Artist VANESSA SOMERS speaks with Mosaic of Art host, George Fishman about her work, bridging the ancient and contemporary worlds of mosaic art. Vanessa presents her Asaroton (Unswept Floor) and a working demonstration Sunday, May 22, 2011 at the Legion of Honor.
Keywords: Vanessa Somers; Lod Mosaic; Legion of Honor; Mosaic of Art; pavement; mosaics; mosaic
Downloads: 14
[movies]Eric Ripert | Legion d'Honneur
On March 16th, Eric Ripert was inducted into France’s Legion d’Honneur. The organization, established in 1802 by Napoleon, recognizes French nationals for “merites eminent” or “eminent merit” in business and civil and military service.
Keywords: food&leisure; eric ripert; avec eric; aveceric; legion dhonneur; legion of honor
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[movies]Wynton Marsalis Legion of Honor Medal Presentation brought to you by Jon Hammond - Jon Hammond
French Ambassador Pierre Vimont presents Wynton Marsalis the insignia of chevalier of the Legion of Honor medal, France's highest distinction, in a very special ceremony at the French Embassy in New York by French Cultural Services. In attendance were Bill Cosby, George Wein, George Avakian and Wynton's Father Mr. Ellis Marsalis. With a performance by Wynton's quintet with saxophonist Walter Blanding Jr...
Keywords: Wynton Marsalis; Legion of Honor; French Cultural Services; Jon Hammond; Amaury Laporte; Jazz; Marciac Festival; Local 802 Musicians Union
Downloads: 150
[texts]The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco : the M.H. De Young Memorial Museum and the California Palace of the Legion of Honor : 1988-89 collection reorganization (Volume September 1988) - San Francisco (Calif.). Art Commission
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Keywords: Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco; M.H. De Young Memorial Museum; California Palace of the Legion of Honor; Art museums
Downloads: 25
[movies][Home Movie: Jung Family, 1958-1960]
Description: The Jung Family lived in San Francisco's Russian Hill neighborhood and created home movies of family outings, picnics, and trips in and around the Bay Area from 1952-1967. Dr. Edmund Dixon Jung (1914-2006) and Dr. Haw Chan Jung (1919-2013) both grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area and met attending the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF); both class of 1944. Dr. Edmund Jung was a doctor of internal medicine at the VA Medical Center in Oakland beginning in 1951, and Dr...
Keywords: San Francisco; Bay Bridge; Ferry Building; Legion of Honor; San Simeon; Yuba River; Oroville; gold panning; Squaw Valley; Point Lobos; Solvang; Carmel Valley; tennis; Santa Cruz; boardwalk; home movies; californialightandsound
Downloads: 77
[audio]Artchatpodcast 096 - Steve Harlow, Emory Holmes II, Ruth Parson, Jim "Jimmy the Peach" Aaron, Allan Ludwig,
Recorded: 19 August, 2013 Participants: Steve Harlow, Emory Holmes II, Jim "Jimmy The Peach" Aaron, Ruth Parson, Allan Ludwig. Steve says he doesn't want to, "hog all the fun," of moderating the podcast. Artistically, he says he admires the directoral style of Andy Warhol, "turn on the camera." "And take a nap," Emory completes. Steve says he likes the awkward pauses and people fumbling for words, "that's the best part." Allan says he's in mid-coast Maine...
Keywords: art, Maine, Fort Smith, Arkansas, A Soldier's Story, Howard Rollins, Blues, Stanford University, Les Bourgeois de Calais, Hirshhorn Museum, San Francisco, Legion of Honor, Paris, Musee Rodin, Balzac, Washington, D.C., New York City, Andy Warhol, GIMP, Andre Bresson, Surrealism, Eat A Peach, Mozart, Liszt, Keith Jarrett, Jack London, Charles Bukowski, Orpheus, DeCartes; artchat
Downloads: 67
[audio]Insight: Qualifying for Tax-Exempt Status / Mead Kibbey / Alternative Education: Community Schools / James Cavern - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Qualifying for Tax-Exempt Status - In light of the recent IRS scandal - conservative groups with the words Tea Party or Patriot were being singled out for extra scrutiny by the Ohio office - and Lois Lerner pleading the fifth, we want to know what actually qualifies an organization for tax-exempt status and what is the difference between 501(c)3s, 501(c)4s and 527s. Rosemary Fei, a partner at Adler & Colvin in San Francisco, which focuses exclusively on representing nonprofit and tax-exempt orga...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; tax-exempt status; IRS scandal; 501c4 status; Rosemary Fei, partner, Adler & Colvin; Mead Kibbey, WWII veteran; French Legion of Honor Medalist Mead Kibbey; community schools; alternative education; Harmon Johnson Elementary School; California Academic Performance Index; n Rivers Unified School District; James Cavern, Sacramento News and Review Sammie award recipient, Outstanding R&B Soul Artist of the Year; studio performance; Concert in the Park
Downloads: 670
[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 9, No. 4)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: Assmann, David; Shop Smart Campaign; Mayor Willie Brown; Giant's new ballpark; lighting Christmas tree; Chinese New Year; Ox retires rat, dominates the heavens; Enterprise for High School Students; Brian Fewer; Aaron Glantz; Hetch Hechy; History; 1912 aerial view of west end; Jette Jensen; Ginny Kolmar; Chapeau!; Lake Merced; PUC; John M. Lee; real estate slump over; Dr. Pamela Lewis; Mountain Lake Park; Ocean Beach; plan to leash dogs draws ire; Palace of the Legion of Honor; Richmond Neighborhood Coalition; Russian Emigres; Say YES campaign; SF Jewish Community Center; SF Refugee Elder Care Collaborative; Strybing Aboretum
Downloads: 8
[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 4, No. 5)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: Arboretum swans; missing & still a mystery; Asian smoking patterns; UCSF study; Barter your wares; BX International; Baseball - coaches needed; youth league signups; Blues at Palace of Legion of Honor; Chinese New Year; Year of the Monkey; Clary, Raymond; feature, obit; Community Boards program; forum, parking disputes; Degemann, Gerhard; feature, International Kitchens; Friends of the Urban Forest; Offers trees to district; Geary Blvd. Merchants Association; Meeting w/ Alioto, Winters, Monroe; George Washington H.S. Eagles; Basketball playoffs possibility; History; Rich. sand dunes w/ cable car house freestanding; Hon, Maria; Reuse; Jacoby/Chatham, Laura; Woman's Heritage Museum, Trina Robbins, Studio 5; Lee, John M; Q & A: Right time to refinance, sell, etc; National Heart Month; Pacific Medical Center program; Palace of the Legion of Honor; Closing for remodeling & seismic upgrade; Perrigan, Dana; Matrimony completes a man; Presidio Library; Literary Hoax; Redistricting, Political; Masters Plan approved, local shakeup; Sears; Mini mall planned w/ Office Club & Toys R Us; SF Recreation & Park Dept; Volunteers sought to fight aliens; Smoking; Quitline, Tobacco Free Project; Tyson, Eric; Mutual funds savings plans for employers; YMCA (Richmond); Kicks off 1992 fundraising drive
Downloads: 18
[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 8, No. 2)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: Assmann, David; Environmental tips for the holidays; Chain Stores; merchants rally to stop chains; Columbarium; Expansion plan gets OK; DeFilippo, Capt. Jerome (Jerry); crime down, good arrests; District Elections; input sought; Elections; D.A. candidates debate; Gang Activity, Rich; gangs may be involved in Geary robberies; Golden Gate Park; de Young trustees look at Pier 27-29 option; History; Geary/Presidio in 1940 free; Jordan, Mayor Frank; State of the City; Kolmar, Ginny; Jasmine House; Lee, John M; Sellers need to be cautious; Mary's Bakery; Operation SafePed; nets 550 violators; Palace of the Legion of Honor; Legion to reopen w/gala; Sea Cliff; Shelley moves to limit buses; St. John's Presbyterian Church; celebrates 125th anniversary brief; Sukkot; freestanding
Downloads: 14
[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 4, No. 8)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: Alamo Elementary School; Science project day; Beach Chalet; 4 strong proposals; Burton, Assemblyman John; Saving City libraries; Chinatown Youth Center (See also Community Youth Center)/Directions; Opens in Rich; Earthquake; Earthquake shack OK for demolition; Enterprise for High School Students; Friends of Golden Gate Park; tours; Friends of the Urban Forest; outer Rich. planting free; Golden Gate Park; Volunteers sought to fight aliens; History; Road construction on Fulton; Horses; freestanding at Ocean Beach; Jacoby/Chatham, Laura; Joanne Nelson, '40's reunions, pollution, Sutro adoption; Jordan, Mayor Frank; Budget difficulties; Kids Cabaret; Debuts in Richmond; Latch Key Program; Registration starts; Lee, John M; Working w/a buyers agent; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR; New Chinatown good, bad, good job on Review; Myrtle, the swan; Return to Mt. Lake Park; Palace of the Legion of Honor; student art show takes over; Perrigan, Dana; Remembering those we love; Pregnancy Guide; Available; Presidio Army Post/Park; Toxic map released; Richmond Hills Manor Family Center; day-time program ready to start; Safety Awareness for Everyone (SAFE); how not to be a victim, recycling, forum; Seniors; Rich. good life SF Planning Commission; seeks public input; Tyson, Eric; Avoiding speculative bubbles
Downloads: 14
[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 7, No. 6)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: African Americans; Black History Month at library; Assmann, David; plastic bottles OK now; Beach Chalet; plan for brew pub, rest., visitors center; Billy Hutton Track Club; track and field training; CATS; free drug prevention guide; Cats; missing, urban trappers?; Demolition Control Ordinance, Residential Rezoning, Demolitions: Planning Code rewrite; RCA plan put on hold; Geary Blvd. Merchants Association; Capt. Otten honored; Golden Gate Park; Adopt a Monument Program; Golden Gate Park; demolition of old treatment plan; Golden Gate Park; stable manage contract stalled; History; Laurel and Presidio Hgts. from Lone Mtn. (1880s); Jacoby/Chatham, Laura; Women's History Month, Free Clinic; Jordan, Mayor Frank; Muni improvements; Jordan, Mayor, Police Chief; MUNI improvements; Kolmar, Ginny; San Wang #2; Lee, John M; foreclosures; Muni; New terminus for 38, 31 lines under construction; Muni; Public input sought on #38 Geary options; Operation SafePed; addresses pedestrian fatalities; Palace of the Legion of Honor; remodel plan at PAR; Perrigan, Dana; Living with grandmother; Presidio Army Post/Park; Lobos Creek at PAR; Richmond Branch Library (Sen. Milton Marks); Black History Month at library; Richmond Branch Library (Sen. Milton Marks); get extended hours; Richmond District Democratic Club; RAGS resumes cleanups; Richmond Police (Station); Capt. Otten honored by Geary merchants; Richmond Police (Station); PAL soccer to start; Richmond Senior Center; Richmond Transport Project (sewers); demolition of old treatment plan; Russian American Community Center; annual cultural fest; SF Commission on the Aging; senior resource guide; St. Vincent de Paul; dining card brief
Downloads: 18
[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 6, No. 12)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: AIDS; Rate among Asians rising; Assmann, David; Recycle old telephone books; California Pacific Medical Center; Keeps 24-hour emergency services; Children's funding (Prop. J); Afterschool program (collaborative); Clement St. Produce Markets; Stores win appeals board decision to display wares; Demolition Control Ordinance, Residential Rezoning, Demolitions: Planning Code rewrite; battle heats up on RCAs and RCCs; Exercise; for a healthy heart brief; Free Clinic, San Francisco (Clement St.); Free immunization shots free; Golden Gate Park; Trail Information Day for bike info; Head Start Program; begins new session; Herrera Buick; closes doors; History; Youth playing baseball near lone mountain free (1915); Jacoby/Chatham, Laura; Roosevelt student Gottfried, Dr. Ferguson, Carolene Marks, PAR, Asian American Theater; Jordan, Mayor Frank; ATM Proposition; Kolmar, Ginny; Cinderella; Lee, John M; The 4 P's of real estate; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR; Park master plan road closures; On Lok Senior Services; Organic Health Fair; brief; Palace of the Legion of Honor; Renovation project free; Perrigan, Dana; Action film surprise; Presidio Army Post/Park; Day of celebration slated brief; Public Health (Government) Service Hospital; residents hear plan for cleanup; Richmond Branch Library (Sen. Milton Marks); Call to set new times for branches; Richmond Police (Station); Task force catches robbers; Senior Citizen Resource Directory; SF Bicycle Coalition; warns motorists after E. Chang's death; SF Community Music Center (Richmond Branch); registration begins; SF Fire Dept; Pioneer museum SF Police Dept; PAL basketball to start; Super K (market); Walgreens moving in; Sutro Heights Park; Stroll through the park free; UCSF-Laurel Heights; Visually impaired forum brief; Walgreens; Opening in Sutro Super site
Downloads: 13
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